Is it possible to live a married life without sexual desires?
For a very minute percentage of couples yes. There are some people to whom sex is not important. They view marriage as a pure spiritual relationship of the mind or souls. They see that sex is part of the connection with the body which they strongly feel is either cumbersome or unnecessary, wishing to disconnect from the pure physical realm of marriage.
Anything is possible!
However life is not just about what is "possible". It's also about pursuing one's dreams and living life to the fullest. No one wants to "settle".
One of the keys to having a long lasting and (happy) marriage is being with someone who shares your same values, wants the same things for the marriage, (naturally agrees) with you on how to obtain those things, and last but not least have a (mutual depth) of love and desire for one another.
There is no amount of communication or work that can overcome being with someone who does NOT want what you want.
It's not about "right" or "wrong". It's about "agree" or "disagree".
Couples who naturally agree with one another on the important things in life tend to be happier and stay together.
Like attracts like and opposites attract divorce attorneys. :-)
There is a place and space where the sex is part of the union. Yet not part of the marriage. When sexual desires arise it may or may not be part of the marriage but just fun carnal stuff. Sometimes sex happens when there is a marriage connection and that is wonderful. But a very small part of love within a marriage. It is well and good for us to think of them separately so if it works we can put them together, giving both respect and above all a lot of fun and love.
by infodetective 7 years ago
A life without politics is possible?
by dashingscorpio 7 years ago
by dashingscorpio 9 months ago
Is sexual incompatibility a valid reason for ending a marriage?Assuming everything else in the marriage is going fine and the kids are happy.I’m incline to believe most people would opt to cheat rather than go through the divorce process if there has been no change after communicating their needs...
by vwealth 7 years ago
Is sex a necessity in premarital relationship? If yes or no, please let me know why.
by JDeAngelis 7 years ago
Is a life without love worth living?How important is love in your life?
by TammyHammett 7 years ago
Although I feel there are a multitude of ingredients that need to blend together to create a happy marriage, cherishing your partner, would be high on my list of important ingredients.
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